Definition: Didactic; (Pronounced: dīˈdaktik); Greek; adjective
1. Intended to teach, particularly in having moral instruction as an ulterior motive.
Why I love this word:
Existing beyond what is obvious, this word means when you are taught a moral lesson without someone telling you bluntly. Sometimes in life, God hands you lessons, and He also hands you blessings. He never gives you something that you cannot handle. Even if you are hurting and are in a place where you cannot see any good, take a look at the things around you. You will find within your darkest moment when you are about to give up, He will place the smallest bit of light in front of you that if you are too busy feeling sorry for yourself, you might miss it.
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